Welcome to Viva Campeche Real Estate, Mexico. We offer the best service when buying land or property in Campeche. Our listings include colonial Real Estate in Campeche, superb beachfront lots and ranch land along the unspoiled coast of the Campeche Riviera, near Champoton.
Whatever you're looking for... a short break, a relaxing beach home or a complete change of lifestyle, we hope you will consider Campeche's true Mexican elegance. Campeche offers an abundance of history, culture and pretty pastel-colored houses at a pace of life that is both tranquil and interesting. This truly is a tropical paradise; one of the few remaining places where you can live in comfort and style very affordably!
Viva Campeche agents will advise you on how to buy real estate in Mexico. We can help you realize your dream of finding a home in a peaceful colonial city, where the waters of the Gulf meet the shores of Campeche. The people and government of Campeche are very proud of their city, it's easy to see why! Click here and watch a video about Campeche!
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|Mar Azul - Campeche, lovely beach house|
|For anyone looking to rent a house right near the beach with quick access to Campeche historic centre then this...|
|Price: $15,000 MXN Per Month|
|Casa Annie, Barrio Guadalupe, Campeche|
|This is a lovely 3 bedroom colonial house situated in one of the nicest parts of the city. Barrio Guadalupe...|
|Price: $15,000 MXN Per Month|
|Charming , Elegant Colonial, Casa de los Murmollos, Barrio Guadalupe, Campeche|
|This is a recently renovated large colonial house in one of the best areas of Campeche. It is the classic...|
|Price: $4,500,000 MXN|
Calle 59, Campeche, Chocol'Ha and Hotel Don Gustavo
|.......a charming chocolateria|
TestimonialsMy wife and I lived for a year, 2005-06, in Tlacotalpan, Veracruz, Mexico. During that time we made a side trip to Campeche to visit newly uncovered Mayan sites. We stayed a few nights here and said, "Hey, this place is beautiful. It's on the coast, got great food, interesting places to visit, it's a UNESCO World Heritage Site and we're practically the only gringos here. We have to come back one day." This year, 2012, we did. And we were fortunate enough to have discovered Deborah and Malcolm's website online. Viva-Campeche is truly one-stop shopping. We emailed Deborah, met her in town for a coffee, told her we were looking to rent a place for 6 months and how much we had to spend. Within 2 days we were moving into a beautiful, furnished, colonial house in the center of town just a few blocks from the main market. Exactly what we were looking for. But their service doesn't stop there. There are so many little things they do to make it all work - like bringing you water until you get set up with the local water delivery guy - like making sure you get a good internet connection - like taking you to some of the best eateries in town. They want everything to be, in Deborah's words, 'Tickety Boo'. In short, they become friends. And friends like these are treasures. Bruce Adgate & Joanna Ross, New York 9 Dec 2012